2011 Honda CR-Z Hybrid Sport Hatch by Noblesse


Ever since the Honda CR-Z hit the market, it’s been the subject of numerous tuning projects, be it aerodynamic, performance, or a combination of both. The strong appeal of Honda’s hybrid sports hatch is a testament to the car’s appeal and easy-to-upgrade nature, where only a few other cars can attest. This time around, the CR-Z was given a ground aerodynamic package courtesy of Japanese tuning firm, Noblesse.

Among the notable additions to the CR-Z include front and rear bumper aprons, side skirts, a new rear diffuser, a large roof wing, a lightweight carbon fiber hood, underbody aero parts, a sport exhaust system, and a new set of alloy wheels.

All the changes have turned the CR-Z into a meaner and more aggressive looking hybrid sports hatch, a testament to the ease with which a tuning firm can upgrade the hybrid sports car from a standard-looking hatchback to a car that is sure to catch tons of attention out on the streets.


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The strong appeal of Honda’s hybrid sports hatch is a testament to the car’s appeal and easy-to-upgrade nature, where only a few other cars can attest.

Honda CR-Z -hit the market, it’s been the subject of numerous tuning projects, be it aerodynamic, performance, or a combination of both.

Its is the cars that was commonly known and used by many people,It is just a simple car but it was bring a comfortable and very easy to used.

This cars is a good quality car assurance that has a great designs and very awesome because it is also the one of the so many popular cars that is i can say the great car.It has a tough high quality made by human.

The rear hatch’s split window and large C- ars downgrade rearward visibility to merely adequate.

It’s green but not Insight green. It’s fun to drive and looks cool. If its narrow appeal does bring buyers into Honda showrooms, they will likely find a more practical offering to the left of the CR-Z, and to its right.

It’s not, though. Don’t forget that Honda is “not about chasing market share,” as they put it. This company has a strong corporate vision of sustainable performance, in marketing speak.

At first glance, you might think it’s obvious what Honda’s trying to do here. The shape of this stubby car, the fact that it arrived just as the S2000 roadster bowed out, and even the new CR-Z’s name all suggest that it’s the legendary CR-X sports hatch returned from the grave and updated for the new millennium.

well finally they have already re-design the CR-Z’s rear wing, the old one looks ridiculous and akward.

You knew that it wouldn’t be to long until somebody put a big wing on the back of another Honda. Fanboys rejoice!! All it needs now is a primer gray body kit.

I like the specs and the front, and I hate the back, it looks unfinished

Beautiful, I’m loving the lately Honda designs

lovely, now where talking about pimping my ride, it looks great with those set of wheels and spoilers. I bet many Hatch user are getting jealous with this fully tuned Hybrid CR-Z.

You knew that it wouldn’t be to long until somebody put a big wing on the back of another Honda. Fanboys rejoice!! All it needs now is a primer gray body kit.

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